Parkinson's Movement

All Symptoms Cured – what happens now?

In my previous blog; “Motor Symptoms Cured – what happens now?” I asked how we would be viewed if the motor symptoms were cured but not the cognitive symptoms.

Suppose a cure for everything was found, a one off treatment that was permanent and gave us a back all our faculties.

Rehabilitation in to society would be the big issue I would guess for PWP, in the short term at least.

If you haven’t worked in a while job prospects would be bleak and benefits would probably be denied. You would have all the advantages of movement and improved thought processes but could be left in limbo.

The drug companies would lose a huge market and the charities would have no purpose.

Could be some interesting times ahead?

Let’s hope it’s a problem we have to deal with.

Leyther

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Never really thought about it too deeply. As I've said in your last blog-

I'm 46yrs old , a retired firefighter , never done anything else - what would i do ? who would employ me ?

I'm sure i would sort it out - but what a massive "problem" to have !!

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PD. A NEW TYPE OF DRUG. IN TRIALS/DEVELOPMENT APPLIED

BY DIRECT INJECTION INTO BRAIN AREA

PROSAVIN.I THINK WERE ONTO A SCORE HERE..BACK TO WIRK

TESTED ON HUMANS. TRIALS HAVE JUST PASSED PHASE 2

PERHAPS IF THE GOV COULD SET UP A NEW BIZ UNIT GEARED TO RESTARTING EX PARKYS, BUT

WORKING FOR YOURSELF

WHY NOT SEE IF YOU COULD START A FISHERIE , YOUR A FISHER

PROFESSOR

PS BEIN RETIRED IS THE HARDEST JOB IV EVER HAD

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